This pet-friendly vacation rental is a great option for anyone traveling with their pooch in the Poconos. It may not be an actual lake house, but it has a tranquil setting near Arrowhead Lake, with plenty to explore in the area surrounding it.
This Poconos house is decked out with fresh decor and comes with everything you could need for an awesome vacation. There's a beach just a five-minute stroll from the property, where you can chill with everything the lake has to offer.
The rustic setting of this place really plays to the strengths of the Pocono Mountains and all of its out-of-the-way serenity. For one thing, the fire pit provides a super rustic way to chill in the evening.
If you're looking for vacation rentals that have more than just a touch of the rural about them, definitely consider this place. It's literally a farm, and inside it's as spacious, warm, and homey as you can imagine.
Up to 6 guests // 4 bedrooms // 4 beds // 3 baths. Prices from $268 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This place is awesome. With incredible panoramic views from the living room and just about everywhere else in the house, this guest house is hard to beat. It's anything but average, and the inside follows suit.
There's eclectic decor throughout, making this feel really boutique and well put together. It's one of the best Poconos Airbnbs on the market right now—nothing short of stunning.
With hiking trails on the doorstep, this cozy home in the Pocono Mountains is definitely up there as one of the best Airbnbs this area has to offer. It's cute and compact, making it perfect for a couples retreat.
The interiors of this house are gorgeous, all fresh wood and rustic touches twinned with mid-century modern pieces. Add a swing seat, full kitchen, and homey fireplace, and I'm betting you'll never want to leave.
The title of this place says it all: it's a log cabin with a difference. That difference being, of course, that it's an absolute design lover's paradise. Cool furniture, well-appointed rooms, French linen, historic building—it's all here and it's all deluxe.
If you feel like hiking, there are trails just a few steps from this 1850s home. And if you want to see some incredible fall colors, the 1.5-hour drive to Mount Pocono is well worth it.
This cabin is so compact and beautifully done that it's as good as any ingenious tiny house out there. Because of that, it doesn't have space for stuff like a game room or whatever—but it sure packs a punch with charm and design!
There's a fire pit as a perfect setting for evening drinks, a hammock to chill the heck out in, and a veranda with your very own grill to use. This is a great spot to get away from it all and into nature, but with all the modern home comforts you need in the great outdoors.
This Airbnb isn't a lake house per se, since it's not waterside, but there's super easy access from here to five lakes, plus hiking trails. And if you like, you can rent out a mountain bike and cycle to the community pool.
If you're in need of more watery fun, the Camelbeach Mountain Water Park is just over four miles away. Other than what's nearby, though, this house is awesome: chic design, color pops, clean lines, and minimalism paired with rustic charm.
This place is super cute! It's a cabin that looks like it's been taken straight out of a fairytale. The view of the trees from the windows feels like you're in your very own storybook, too! Perfect if you're in need of a vacation to really get away from it all.
Aside from the totally secluded setting of this awesome Poconos Airbnb, the interiors definitely deserve a mention. Think polished wood floors, antique furnishings, modern touches, and plenty of style—all wrapped up with that quintessential cozy cabin cuteness.
Who knew that Airbnbs in the Poconos would be so amazing? With all that design and rustic flavor, it’s hard to resist a little vacay to this awesome spot. If you do go, let me know where you stay—tag me in your Insta stories and pics (@wtfab) because I could do with seeing some beautiful nature shots!
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.